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USMLE Books Another book to study nutrition for USMLE?

Hello,

I know nutrition is included in some pages in First Aid, But I want to study nutrition from a separate book, so that I can master nutrition perfectly.

So can you help me please and tell me about a good source for nutrition?

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I feel First aid has done a great job of listing all there is need to know about nutrition, if you feel you need to cover more go through kaplan biochemistry along with the video for vitamins.
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I agree Kaplan

I feel the Vitamins chapter in Kaplan is good along with the videos. The videos does throw few extra points and helps integrate with other clinical things and kaplan and FA combines should be enough.
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